Buying A Stranger Dinner Got This American Behind The Wheel Of Japan's Flashiest Ferrari

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Next time a supercar owner asks to split the bill, decline.

Getting behind the wheel of a supercar can cost a lot of money. Or you just need to be in the right place at the right time. The American in this video took the second route. He was having dinner in Tokyo with a group of Japanese car enthusiasts when he made a bold offer to the owner of a highly customized Ferrari 360 Modena. If I pick up the check you let me drive your car. After a little back and forth our American hero was behind the wheel and out on the highway.

Check out this video to see how the deal and drive went down. Next time you meet a supercar owner, offer to buy that person something and hope for the best.

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